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American Heritage Center, Women's Suffrage Subject Guide: Books in Toppan Library

This guide serves as a brief overview of some of the collections held by the American Heritage Center relating to the topic of women's suffrage.

About the Toppan Rare Books Library

The library is home to the University of Wyoming's rare books collection, consisting of over 50,000 items and is sponsored by the Clara Toppan endowment. The majority of the materials are printed books, although there are newspapers, magazines, broadsides, illuminated manuscripts, and other materials. Collecting subjects include the American West, British and American Literature, Exploration and Travel, Religion, Hunting and Fishing, historic children's books, and examples of the book arts.

Image: Illuminated Manuscript from the 1400s

Books in Toppan Library About Women's Suffrage and Women in Politics

American Woman Suffrage Association. Thirteen Years' Experience of Woman Suffrage in Wyoming. Boston, MA: American Woman Suffrage Association, 1882?


Hebard, Grace Raymond. The Birth of Wyoming Day: When Women's Suffrage Came to Wyoming, December 10, 1869: A One Act Play. 1935.


More Facts from Wyoming. Boston, MA: Woman's Journal, 188-?


Nine Years' Experience of Woman Suffrage in Wyoming. Boston, MA: W.K. Moody, 1879.


Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, Susan B. Anthony, and Mathilda Joslyn Gage, eds. History of Woman Suffrage. New York.